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Russia Being Targeted by NATO's 'Nazi Remnants' — Russian Deputy PM

NATO produces fun, motivational documentary about Waffen-SS guerrillas who never gave up!


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Before it focused its defensive efforts on bombing third world nations, NATO once specialized in arming and training "stay-behind" forces in Europe which selflessly defended western values by committing acts of terror that were then blamed on the local socialists.

This proud chapter in NATO's history is known as Operation Gladio. But before there was Gladio, there was the Forest Brothers—a ragtag coalition of SS legionaries and other friends of democracy who were supplied weapons by western intelligence agencies to wage a guerrilla war in the Baltics, which ended up killing a whole bunch of civilians

Not surprisingly, NATO has decided to honor these mythical SS forest creatures by producing a short "documentary" complete with SS forest reenactments

Dmitry Rogozin, Russia's deputy prime minister and former envoy to NATO, knows what's up:

So does Zakharova, obviously: 

Via RT:

Zakharova called upon historians, reporters, and political scientists not to remain indifferent to this new attempt of distorting history. “Don’t remain indifferent, this is a perversion of history that NATO knowingly spreads in order to undermine the outcome of the Nuremberg Tribunal and it must be cut short!” she wrote. She also reminded her readers that many of the Forest Brothers were former Nazi collaborators and members of the Baltic Waffen SS, and that members of these guerilla groups killed thousands of civilians in their raids. 

Unfortuantely, NATO's family-friendly feature doesn't give proper credit to the people behind the scenes who made this all possible:

 


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